The School of Business is committed to offering our students opportunities for servant leadership.
Angel Tree Ministries - Participation in Angel Tree ministries is an annual tradition and an important outlet to connect with the area community. You can volunteer year round or at events each semester as you come alongside children and families of incarcerated parents with support, mentoring, and educational help.
"Chat with the Exec" Workshop - This instructional event is held annually during Homecoming to enrich our students with knowledge of current business trends and ethical business conduct.
Delta Mu Delta -Delta Mu Delta is an international honor society established to recognize and reward superior scholastic achievement of students in business. Membership is available to undergraduate students with a 3.25 grade point average in the first 62 hours and to graduate students with a 3.8 GPA in the first 16 hours. The lifetime membership fees are due upon acceptance into the Society.
Ethics Club - The SNU Ethics Club is a time for students and faculty to come and listen to leaders in Oklahoma. The speakers range from CEOs to federal agents and the topics deal with the ethical dilemmas that are not so black or white. Membership is offered to those who come to 5 of the 8 meetings. Free food and drinks are provided at each meeting.
SIFE (Students in Free Enterprise) - join SIFE for opportunities to serve the community or internationally. Currently the SIFE team is working with a sister team in Swaziland developing local businesses to help the economy. Through SIFE you will gain hands-on experience as you deal with real business issues and become prepared for your first full time job.
Student Board of Directors - A group that works to host, facilitated and volunteer at events with the Peer Learning Network, a SNU leadership community business program that brings nationally known speakers to the OKC business community. Try your hand at event coordinating with Ultimate Challenge a student/faculty social event that arranges the annual School of Business banquet honoring seniors. Both provide leadership experience that will be recognized by your future employer.